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history and obtained documents from the pentagon dilling his service in the marine corps for six years where he served as a military police officer and was in the army for three years where he flew blackhawk helicopters. he received several medals including for being a sharp shooter but was convicted of being a peeping tom and lived in berkeley where the former neighbor considering moving away after learning of his criminal past. >> i didn't know until i googled him because i heard rumors you should probably google this go. i did and i saw his picture and i was shocked. >> cruz police say he was picked up on friday for disorderly conduct involving alcohol. the fair said they were at the son's house about breaking into a co-workers home and they were shot. >> hundreds have sent condolences to our facebook page. you can share your thoughts, as well. >> new this morning, bart directors are meeting to vote on whether to increase rider fares and parking fees. abc7 news amy hollyfield is live at the walnut creek bart station with details. amy? >> next year it would be 5.2 percent increase on
decision has been made on which benefits will be included. but the pentagon is likely to allow same-sex partners to have access to health and wellness programs. the change would come 16 months after the pentagon repealed its ban on openly gay service members. >>> there was a bit of drama today on capitol hill during a hearing on immigration reform. protesters stood in the back of the hearing room and you just heard them there shouting undocumented and unafraid. capital police then led them outside. lawmakers then debated strengthening border security and whether to offer citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants in the u.s. but some members warned against rushing legislation without fixing the problem. >>> the representatives of san jose is a member of the committee that met today. as jaquelin fell reported, he has been leading secret meetings on immigration reform. this is a story you will see only on 2. >> reporter: san jose congresswoman lofgrin has plenty to say publicly about immigration. >> it's a mess from top to bottom. >> reporter: but ktvu has learned she's leadin
. administrators at the golden gate area say they have started planning for it. >> the pentagon has grounded it's entire fleet of f-35's after finding a cracked engine blade on one plane. officials say that the problem came to light during a routine inspection at edward's air force base. the announcement as some members of congress have been questioning the cost of the f- 35 program. it's the pentagon's most expensive weapons program at almost $400 billion. >>> right now supporters of drake's oyster bay company are holding a vigil to try to keep the company from shutting down. people have been gathering since 6:45 last night at the sacred heart church and say they will stay there until 6:45 tonight. they say they are praying for the 31 employees who could loose their job if the company is forced to shut down. after the department refused to renew the lease that company took it to court and lawyers have just submitted final arguments. >> two california highway patrol officers are talking about their close call with a mountain lion near sacramento. it started last weekend when the two were sent
was upstairs the whole time freaked me out. >> the pentagon revealed served in the marine reserve and flew helicopters as an army warrant officer. >> more now on the officers who died in the line of duty. the first in the history of the santa cruz police department. sargeant loweren butch baker was nearing retirement. he leaves behind a wife two, daughters and a son who is a community service officer with the department right now. sargeant baker helped train the current police chief. >> he was a remarkable investigator, had an appetite to find the truth and i would go as far as to say he was the most-skilled investigator with my police department. we're going to miss him. >> detective butler had been with the police department 10 years. the chief says she found her niche in the investigation of sexual assault cases. >> i would consider elizabeth to be a friend. she leaves behind her partner, peter and two young boys. the boys are five and one. >> governor jerry brownish you'd a statement honoring the fallen officers sayingá?zíw quoe it is with deep sadness we honor the bravery of the off
allen. who is nominated to lead nato forces in europe. allen was also exonerated in a pentagon investigation of questionable email exchanges with a florida woman. she was linked to the sex scandal that led to the resignation of c-i-a director david petraeus. dunford says the move is not about a change of command, its about continuity. >> a big day for boeing. the company is analyzing results of flight tests on it's 7-8- 7 planes. the test saturday was the first since the dreamliner was grounded three weeks ago due to battery fires. the 7-8-7 flew out of boeing field in seattle. spending two and a half hours in the air. the dreamliner is the first commercial plane to rely heavily on lithium-ion batteries. back in january -- a battery short-circuited and caught fire on a plane that landed in boston. >> some incredible video o straight ahead, many people celebrate chinese new year. the year of the stak snake mt. tam. (music) ♪ yeeeowwww! ♪ hot mess hot mess hot mess ♪ ♪ you're a hot kind of love you set me on fire ♪ ♪ you spice up my night feed my every desire ♪ jack
's confirmation. >>> this morning, former secretary of state, hillary clinton is being honored at the pentagon. we're watching the pentagon this morning. defense secretary leon panetta will be hosting the event on his last day in office. hillary clinton is being honored for her four years as secretary of state during which she traveled more than 1 million miles and visited 1 -- 112 countries. >>> in just hours, the national rifle association will directly respond to president obama's state of the union address. the nra rejects the president's gun control proposal. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, this is all happening as the california congresswoman joins other moms against gun violence today. >> reporter: jackie speier is joining with group moms rising which has more than 1 million members online. speier and members from that group will deliver a petition with 150,000 signatures to lawmakers. that's asking the nra to back off and urging company to boat on the proposals. the nra's vice president and ceo wayne la pierre will directly respond to the president's state of t
of tragic. another voted expected later this month. >> the pentagon is creating a new metal that can be awarded to troops to have a direct impact on combat operations, but had never set foot in a combat zone. >> it is called the distinguished warfare metal. current defense secretary leon panetta gave his approval earlier this week. >> the head of the nra is firing back at president obama. >> criticizing comments he made during the state of the union address. >> he was talking to-build audience and says the president did not talk about keeping children safe at school. >> are hearing that he is more interested in taking away the rights of americans. >> the president use the state of the union address to make an impassioned plea for tougher gun control in many people in the audience were victims of gun violence. >> we will be back with >> we are back. angelina jokie and brad pitt jumping into the wine business. >> carl ahezua at the details. they are expected to produce red wine later this year. >> the 20 year-old actress told people magazine she is considering marcass sang it is one o
to go into effect. they would give the pentagon more wiggle room to do something about it to shift money and around invite the white house's own ideas. that will be defeated as well as a democratic plan. the budgetary office found this would increase by a small amount over ten years. everybody is gonna leave town. i don't think congress will be in session tomorrow, on friday, the day these cuts go into effect. everybody will be pointing the finger. already we're talking more about what's going to happen next. for example, the house republicans next weekend may move a bill that basically keeples the automatic cuts in place and -- keeps the automatic cuts in place and gives the pentagon more leeway to shift around money and then moves forward at that lower level of funding for what's called the discretionary budget, tori. >> the president will be meeting with the republican congressional leaders tomorrow for the first time on this topic. why the wait? why wait until after the deadline? why didn't they meet before? >> it's it's sort of a logical question. when the meeting with the congressi
that police agents were being helped by high-tech equipment supplied by the pentagon. the standoff began late tuesday when the suspect, jimmy lee dykes boarded a school bus fatally shooting the bus driver. he then randomly grabbed the child and took him to an underground bunker. negotiators spent days talk to go dykes through a ventilation pipe. >>> on his first trip in his second term president obama hit the road to push for stricter gun laws. nbc bay area's janelle wang is here with that story and more in our "world tonight." >>> raj, president obama chose minneapolis because the city has recently brought its crime rate to a 30-year low. the president is pushing congress to pass universal background checks, a limit on high-capacity magazines and an assault weapons ban. in his speech today the president said law enforcement should never be outgunned on the streets. universal background streets is gaining support but the ban on assault weapons is a tougher fight. >> there's even one thing we can do. if there's just one life we can save, we've got an obligation to try. we don't have to agree o
panetta address festering is pharaoh's be to the pentagon this morning. >> the latest task combined with missile launches. experts predicting that north korea is trying to develop a nuclear warhead capable of reaching the united states. >> the detonation with about half the size of the nuclear blast in hiroshima during world war two. >> is as we registered as a 5.1 earthquake on the usgs seismic equipment. >> we're learning that president obama will announce that his state of the union address tonight that 34,000 troops will be home from afghanistan by next year. >> we also know the president will focus on boosting job creation, reducing gun violence and revamping immigration. >> he may also is a delays with north korea nuclear test we will see. after tonight's speech to president will hit the road to drum up support for his agenda. hitting three states in the next three days. >> al ceo tim cook will be among those in the capital aryan's as president obama delivers his state of the union address tonight. >> cooke is one the guest/first lady michelle obamas. >> the invitation is the
at the pentagon would -- march 1st at the pentagon would be devastating. the air force chief of staff is talking about big cuts in his branch. the vice chief of nato operations echoing the same, saying three aircraft carriers are tied up because of monetary concerns. we might hear more about north korea but also the underlying battle for the budget of the military as well. >> he says this is a big chance for the president to sell his balanced deficit reduction. the goal is to basically move public opinion forward so that moves congress. do you think the president will be able to accomplish that? >> reporter: that's the $64,000 question about this, isn't it? it's a great opportunity to get out there and take your message to the american people and go over the heads of congress and try to argue for what you believe in. on the other hand, we've seen at various times in modern history, whether it was ronald reagan or bill clinton or more, you can have a great soaring speech but it doesn't always translate into activity. i always remember ronald reagan dropping the big, thick bill that was passed at
of spending cuts the pentagon will have to make. that's "if" congress and the white house can't agree on a federal budget. panetta says the cuts would cost the military 46- billion dollars this year alone. these steps would seriously damage. fragile american economy, and would degrade the ability to respond to a common flecke--conflictand dayse panettahe's suggesting less money in their paychecks next year. congress could still stand in the way -- but for now, the postal service is planning to end saturday mail delivery. the move would take effect in august. postal officials have been trying to do this for years -- but lawmakers have blocked the idea. so now -- they're going to go ahead and try it anyway. they're running into the usual opposition from farmers and the letter carriers' union. but one company that likes the idea is netflix. it figures the move would lower its costs. polluted air birth can make things difficult for us to polluted air birth can make things difficult for us to don't wait for presidents' day to save on a new mattress. polluted air birth can make sleep train'
: sequestration requires more than one trillion dollars in cuts over a decade, half from the pentagon. it was proposed as a kind of a doomsday scenario --- now, it's potentially just three weeks away. the government has already delayed sequestration once this year---when it avoided going over the fiscal cliff in january. >> gay marriage is one close step closer. and the united kingdom. these victims from spain how now investigating this acalpulco that is causing american and british authorities to issue travel warnings. >> developer right now, the department of justice is sticking by its decision to not pursue any charges against lance armstrong. it was in 2012, after investigation the prosecutors announced they're going to drop the case. the cycling committee and at the time they did not give any reason for dropping the case. the attorneys is that of spite that he was stripped of his titles, he does not have to p an back pay back any of this does not have to p an back pay back any of this money that thhe hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. does not have to p an back p
michelle obama. >> spending cuts are forcing the pentagon to cut its aircraft carrier presence in the persian gulf. >> that is due to congressional fighting over automatic spending cuts in washington. >> plans for the u.s. as harry truman to deploy to the gulf later this week have been cancelled. >> world news and new overnight, new images have been released on iran state tv allegedly showing pictures taken from a u.s. drone captured in 2011. the video shows an aerial view of an airport in a city said to be kandahar , afghanistan. also shows images at a base in eastern iran . >> iran has long claimed did manage to take control of the drone and that is capable launching its own production line for the unman aircraft. u.s. officials say the drone malfunctioned and had to land in iran. >> rescue workers in the solomon islands are having a difficult time reaching remote areas ravaged by yesterday's tsunami. >> this comes at the death toll rose to at least nine people including a child. the tsunami was generated when a powerful 8.0 earthquake hit the town of lata in the easternmost
before massive across-the--board cuts are due to hit the pentagon. the president is pushing lawmakers on capitol hill to reach a deal before those automatic budget cuts begin on friday. >>> as ktvu's kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, the president says republicans need to compromise. kyla? >> reporter: president obama warns that if lawmakers do not come up with a plan before friday, the country will have to dial with 8 $85 billion in cuts. house republicans passed legislation twice in recent months to make what they call common sense cuts. senate democrats ignored that and came up with a plan that includes raising taxes but republicans re-- refused to do that. they let taxes go up in january. mitch mcconnell just spoke on the senate floor, he said the president are telling americans there are only two options, a tax hike or armageddon. >> the president is a master of creating the impression of chaos as an excuse for government action. >> almost 60% of republicans across the country approach this balanced approach. the only republicans in america that don't appr
announcement about that this week. the pentagon reportedly has been reviewing what benefits it would extend without violating the defensive marriage act. the benefits that could legally be extended include military housing. >>> president obama will try to get support today from senate democrats for his second-term agenda. the president is meeting with democratic senators at their annual retreat in annapolis, maryland. president obama will press the senators to present a unified front on immigration control, gun control and -- immigration reform, gun control. >>> several celebrities are among those on capitol hill right now joining the debate over gun control. >> our congress is holding in their hands the power to save lives right now. all they have to do is pass the sensible legislation president obama has recommended. >> comedian chris rock, toniette and amanda peat are -- boneny bennett and amanda peat are among those calling on the background check for guns. >>> redwood police have new plans to tighten security at schools. they include daily visits by officers to elementary school campus
is a sequester that goes into effect cutting $85 billion this year. the pentagon notifies congress today of its large-scale furlough plan should those cuts kick in. >>> let's head to wall street. cnbc's jackie deangelis is at the new york stock exchange. good morning. >> good morning, natalie. another day, another cyber attack. this time on apple. authorities believe that the hackers that targeted facebook last week used the same software to attack the mac computers of apple employees. all this, of course, coming on the heels of chrysler, jeep and burger king saying their twitter accounts were hacked. >>> meanwhile it isn't 1999 but investors are sure partying like it is, after nasdaq hit an all-time high. google its stock price topping $800 a share yesterday. natalie? >> all right. jackie at the new york stock exchange, thank you. >>> the vice president is generating some buzz after a facebook town hall chat with parents' magazine and a discussion focusing on joe biden's gun control efforts. he gave frank advice on self-defense. >> if you want to protect yourself, get a double barrel shotgun.
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